A recently released TransUnion survey
revealed that nearly 25 percent of consumers say they have abandoned the financial resolutions they set in January.
Many might agree that, no matter what life situation you find yourself in, following through with the goals you aspire to reach each year can be difficult – and require a fair amount of self-discipline. For those aiming to improve their finances, however, the challenge becomes intensified when trying to cope with the financial stress caused by dwindled savings, maxed-out credit cards, and various monthly obligations, such as utility bills, car payments, and student loan debt.
Additionally, unforeseen circumstances such as a personal illness or job loss can plunge already vulnerable borrowers further into debt, impeding their ability to regain their financial footing. Such juggling of expenses is undoubtedly difficult and stressful to manage.
But, you don’t have to do it alone. HPF counselors are available around the clock to provide free, unbiased advice on a wide range of financial issues; they can assist you in budget management, help assess your bills, and even consider the viability of a major financial decisions, such as purchasing a new home, to ensure it makes sense for you.
If you need help in achieving your financial goals, or are looking to create a budget catered to your specific needs and obligations, please call our HOPE Hotline for free at 888-995-HOPE. It’s never too late to get your finances back on track.